"Simon and Garfunkel\'s hooks and harmonies with the whimsy of Flight of the Conchords. Could they be Canada\'s next Barenaked Ladies?" DAVID LENNAM - SHAW TV, VICTORIA "It\'s super melodic, well played, smartly arranged and most importantly the harmonies are great." PAUL MYERS - BROADCASTER, MUSICIAN, AUTHOR \'The first time I heard the CD, I was drawn in right away. The Human Statues provide a fun ride through some amazing songs. The only thing better is seeing them live!\' STEVE DARLING - CO-ANCHOR, GLOBAL TV, VANCOUVER "Unlike thousands of too-cool-to-boogie bands around the globe, this Toronto pop duo likes to move on stage: dancing, cavorting and generally having fun." ADRIAN CHAMBERLAIN - TIMES-COLONIST, VICTORIA "Jeff Bryant and Zachary Stevenson play off each other brilliantly... with the new album, the duo have fused folk and funk into a pop-like hybrid, while cultivating a stage show where the emphasis is as much on performing as playing." PATRICK BLENNERHASSETT, VICTORIA NEWS "A musical tour-de-force that\'s on the cusp of stardom. Pay attention world." LONELY VAGABOND - TORONTO INDIE CRITIC "The first time I saw The Human Statues I knew they were destined to be quote-worthy." ERIC TOTH- THE IMPONDERABLES Described by some as "a multi-generational crossbreed between the Flight of the Conchords and Simon and Garfunkel", or "Funk meets the Beatles", Jeff and Zach blend an energetic pop sensibility with lyrical depth and love of vocal harmony. Originally from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, these young men have relocated to Toronto and are on a mission to spread "jubilation" across the nation. Whether it's playing high-energy band shows - complete with choreography - at venues such as the Horseshoe Tavern, the Rivoli and the El Mocambo in Toronto, or intimate acoustic performances in theatres across the country, Jeff and Zach are committed to connecting with people through humour, authenticity and a love of music and live performance.